WESTFIELD, NJ — Parklets are popping up throughout the downtown, taking up parking spaces and giving restaurateurs banned from serving indoors the opportunity to seat patrons.
The Planning Board has decided that The Rialto Theatre and Lord & Taylor properties are obsolete and is recommending them for redevelopment.
So long, Ann Taylor. The women’s clothing store in Downtown Westfield is no more. Read these, and more, at the links below.
Downtown Westfield Serves up ‘Parklets’ for Restaurateurs Hurting in Pandemic
Westfield Planning Board Recommends Rialto, Lord & Taylor for Redevelopment
Ann Taylor’s Westfield Store Closed Permanently After Chain’s Owner Reports Fiscal Woes
Teens Directed Indoors at Westfield Graduation During Storm Raise COVID Concerns
Frizzled NJ: Fried Ice Cream Pops up in Place of Westfield Fusion Taco Shop
Balancing Businesses’ COVID Needs, Westfield Makes Quimby Street One-Way
Hungry? Downtown Westfield Invites Public to Self-Guided ‘Foodie Stroll’
Nearly 350 People Participate in Virtual ‘Pizza Run’ in Westfield
Suspects Flee After Westfield Vehicle Theft Attempt in Broad Daylight, Police Say
Downtown Westfield Hires Retail Planning Firm to Help Attract New Businesses
Westfield Train Station Coffee Hut May be Operational by Fall, Pending Pandemic
Product Drive: Westfield Grad Seeks to Create Menstrual Equity During COVID-19
Westfield Library to Reopen Monday. Capacity, Time Limits, COVID Rules Apply.
Allstate Westfield Athlete of the Week: Chris Ho
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